2010-11 Yaya Toure Game-Worn Jersey Manchester City F.C. – COA 100% Authentic TeamGo Back
On July 2, 2010, Yaya Touré signed a five-year deal with Premier League club Manchester City for a fee of around £24 million. He was issued squad number 42, the reverse of the number 24 shirt he wore at Barcelona, since Patrick Vieira had already been allocated number 24. The move teamed Touré up with his elder brother Kolo, who signed for City in July 2009 from Arsenal. On 28 July, Touré made his debut for City in a pre-season friendly against Club América, which City won 4–1 on penalties after a 1–1 draw with the Mexican side. In his home debut on 7 August, in a friendly against Valencia, he was named man of the match.
Presented is one of his game worn Manchester City F.C. jerseys from the 2010-11 season. The blue shirt has Umbro manufacturer tagging on the front – [size] 46 tag in the collar (Tailored by Umbro in England) as well as a wash tag on the inside seam. Embroidered on the front chest is a Manchester City F.C. team logo patch. “ETIHAD AIRWAYS” in white is decorated centrally on the front. His name across the back in “TOURE YAYA” along with his jersey number “42” in white. “Barclays Premier League” patches decorate both sleeves. Also to note, there are soiling spots present demonstrating nice wear.
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